“But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ by grace you have been saved…” – Ephesians 2:4-5

Worship is central to the life of the Grace Presbyterian Church and we aim to be God-glorifying and Christ-exalting in all that we do. 

The worship service consists of the following: Call to Worship, prayers of adoration, confession, and supplication, singing of Psalms and Hymns (both ancient and contemporary), silent confession of sin, Scripture readings, confession of faith, an offering, and a sermon followed by a benediction. 

Our worship may be characterized as traditional in style. Thus, as we engage in prayer, sing Psalms and hymns, employ responsive readings, and hear the Word of God preached, our desire is that our worship of God would be suffused with and informed by scripture—such that we ‘sing the Word, preach the Word, pray the Word, read the Word, and see the Word’ as we gather in covenant-renewal before the Lord weekly. 

Children Sunday School Classes (prior to the Sunday Worship Service) begin at 9:30am from September through May.

Announcements are made at the beginning of the service, usually @ 10:25 AM.

Children are welcome in our worship services and are a delight to this congregation, as well as to the Lord. We are used to the sounds of little ones! If a need arises, a room for mothers is provided at the end of the hall at the rear of the sanctuary. A bathroom, also, is located in the hall at the rear of the sanctuary.

Coffee and a snack with fellowship are provided downstairs in the kitchen following the service

We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of the month during the morning worship service. Communion is open to all those who are believers in Christ and who are members in good standing within an evangelical church. On communion Sundays, an additional benevolence offering is taken following Communion for the purpose of supporting those in need within our body, in the community, and for the support of missionary endeavors supported by the congregation.